Use your voice to improve infection prevention and control in Indiana

UNDATED – Every frontline healthcare worker needs to fully understand infection control principles and protocols and feel they can confidently apply them to protect themselves, their facility, their family, and their community.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s new infection control training collaborative, Project Firstline, is designed to help every frontline healthcare worker gain that knowledge and confidence.

The Indiana Department of Health is working with the University of Indianapolis to build on these resources to create Indiana-specific infection control training to accommodate the needs of Hoosiers on the frontlines of health. To do this, officials need your input!

In April, IDOH and UIndy will host a series of virtual town halls via Zoom to hear from you. Officials want to know what your priorities are for types of training and the formats that are the easiest to access.

In a 90-minute town hall, UIndy wants to hear your input on the resources, topics, and types of training of most interest to you.

To accommodate as many people as possible, four town halls will be held.

Each session will cover the same material; you choose the date that works best for you and your schedule. Officials want to hear from you, 

Use the link below to register for one of the four town halls:

If you have any questions about the Project Firstline Virtual Town Halls, please email